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Candace Flynn

Candace Flynn

Candace Gertrude Flynn is a main character of the Disney Channel animated television series Phineas and Ferb, voiced by Ashley Tisdale and created and designed by Dan Povenmire. She first appeared in the series' pilot episode along with the other main characters who star in the A-Plot.Candace is part of a blended family, a decision made after an experience Swampy Marsh had in his childhood. In the series, she has two younger brothers, Phineas Flynn and Ferb Fletcher, with Phineas being a biol...
Miracle on 34th Street (1994 film)

Miracle on 34th Street (1994 film)

Miracle on 34th Street is a 1994 American Christmas fantasy film written and produced by John Hughes, and directed by Les Mayfield (the two would reunite for 1997's Flubber). It stars Richard Attenborough, Mara Wilson, Elizabeth Perkins, and Dylan McDermott, and is the fourth remake (and the second theatrical version) of the original 1947 film. Like the original, this film was released by 20th Century Fox, to mixed to positive reception.The New York City based Macy's department store declined...
Shane McGrath (hurler)

Shane McGrath (hurler)

Shane McGrath (born 12 September 1984) is an Irish hurler who played as a midfielder for the Tipperary senior team.McGrath made his first appearance for the team during the 2006 National League. During his career he has won one All-Ireland winners' medals, five Munster winners' medals, one National Hurling League winners' medal, two Fitzgibbon Cup medals, two Railway Cup medals, one Munster Under-21 Hurling Championship medal and two All-Star awards. He has ended up as an All-Ireland runner-u...
Action 24

Action 24

Action 24 is an greek sports television channel in Attica. It broadcasts 13 digital terrestrial broadcasting centers in Attica and Evia via satellite pay-platform NOVA.It started its operation in October 1990 by the region of Megara in Attica with the name 'TVM' (ie TV Megara).The program initially consisted mainly music (video clips) and advertising telemarketing and telesales. Two years later changed name and TVM renamed 'TV Magic' . In 1993 the channel's facilities moved to Piraeus.In 1994...
Lovozersky District

Lovozersky District

Lovozersky District (Russian: Лово́зерский райо́н) is an administrative district (raion), one of the six in Murmansk Oblast, Russia. Municipally, it is incorporated as Lovozersky Municipal District. It occupies most of the central and northeastern parts of the Kola Peninsula. The area of the district is 53,800 square kilometers (20,800 sq mi). Its administrative center is the rural locality (a selo) of Lovozero. District's population: 11,820 (2010 Census); 14,311 (2002 Census); 18,2...
San Diego Academy

San Diego Academy

Coordinates: 32°41′14″N 117°04′41″W / 32.6873°N 117.0780°W / 32.6873; -117.0780DivisionsSan Diego Academy is a private coeducational K-12 school in the Seventh-day Adventist school system. It is a part of the Seventh-day Adventist education system, the world's second largest Christian school system. As set forth in its constitution and bylaws, San Diego Academy is governed by a Board of Trustees composed of pastors and elected lay people of the constituent Seventh-day Adventist churches, p...
Thousand Islands Parkway

Thousand Islands Parkway

Opened 1947 as Highway 2SRenumbered Highways I was sdsRoads in OntarioThe Thousand Islands Parkway or TIP is a parkway in the Canadian province of Ontario, which extends easterly from an interchange with Highway 401 in Gananoque for approximately 40 kilometres (25 mi) to the community of Butternut Bay, in Elizabethtown-Kitley, west of Brockville.The parkway follows the north shore of the St. Lawrence River, and was formerly designated Highway 2S (for Scenic). It was constructed as a...
MTV Icon

MTV Icon

MTV Icon was a series of annual television specials produced by MTV between 2001 and 2004, each paying homage to a musical artist or band selected as a cultural icon, in a format similar to the network's annual Video Music Awards and Movie Awards events. A live audience of musicians, celebrities, and fans would view a biographical film depicting the career of that year's chosen icon, interspersed by celebrity introductions and live performances of popular artists playing cover versions of the...
Portland Meadows

Portland Meadows

Portland Meadows is an American horse racing venue in Portland, Oregon, owned by The Stronach Group since July 3, 2011 and previously owned by MI Developments Inc. (MID) 2001. Built by William P. Kyne, who also built Bay Meadows Racetrack in San Mateo, California, the facility opened on September 14, 1946.Beginning July 15, 2012, Portland Meadows will run the first ever Summer Meet at the track, racing Wednesday and Friday nights, and Sunday afternoons.The track hosts both American Quarter Ho...
Anthony Morrow

Anthony Morrow

Anthony Jarrad Morrow (born September 27, 1985) is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for the Oklahoma City Thunder of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m), 210 lb (95 kg; 15 st) shooting guard played college basketball at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He went undrafted in the 2008 NBA draft but was later signed by the Golden State Warriors and is now considered one of the best three-point shooters i...
Mercedes-Benz S-Class (C217)

Mercedes-Benz S-Class (C217)

The Mercedes-Benz S-Class (C217) is a full-size luxury car/grand tourer manufactured by Mercedes-Benz since 2014.The C217 model succeeded the CL-Class (C216) and is the current version of the S-Class coupé. It is also the first Mercedes coupé to carry the S-Class name since the 1990s.The Concept S-Class Coupé was unveiled in 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show to showcase the appearance of the upcoming S-Class coupé model. It features an all-new design compared to the previous CL-Class model, utilizing...
USS Machias (PG-5)

USS Machias (PG-5)

The first USS Machias (PG-5), a schooner-rigged gunboat, was laid down in February 1891 by Bath Iron Works, Bath, Maine. She was launched on 8 December 1891. She was sponsored by Miss Ethel Hyde, daughter of President Hyde of Bath Iron Works and commissioned at Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, Maine, 20 July 1893, Commander Charles J. Train in command.Following shakedown along the east coast and service on the North Atlantic station, Machias departed Portsmouth in November 1894 for the Asiatic ...
Peter May (cricketer)

Peter May (cricketer)

Peter Barker Howard May, CBE (31 December 1929 – 27 December 1994) was an English amateur cricketer, who played for Surrey, Cambridge University and England. On 9 July 2009, May was posthumously inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame.Born in Reading, Berkshire, he was educated at Charterhouse and Pembroke College, Cambridge, and at both he was regarded as a batting prodigy. Across the 1950s, he was the most consistent and prolific English batsman in both county (representing Surrey) and T...
Serglige Con Culainn

Serglige Con Culainn

Serglige Con Culainn (English: The Sick-Bed of Cú Chulainn or The Wasting Sickness of Cúchulainn), also known as Oenét Emire (English: The Only Jealousy of Emer) is a narrative from the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology. It tells of a curse that fell upon the warrior Cú Chulainn as a result of his attacking otherworldly women, and his eventual recovery by reluctantly agreeing to give military aid to those he had wronged. His developing relationship with one of the Otherworldly women, Fand, occa...
Athletics at the 1972 Summer Olympics – Men's 800 metres

Athletics at the 1972 Summer Olympics – Men's 800 metres

The men's 800 metres at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, West Germany took place on September 2, 1972.The race went out very quickly for the first 200 m, with the two Kenyans, Boit and Ouko, pushing the pace. Wottle lagged far behind the rest of the field for the first 300 m, only catching up to the pack around the end of the first lap; the leaders went through the first 400 m in 52.3 seconds. Yevgeniy Arzhanov, the pre-race favorite, made a strong move on the final backstretch, and with o...
The Simple Life (Magnet album)

The Simple Life (Magnet album)

The Simple Life is Magnet's fourth album, first released in Norway on March 26, 2007 where it debuted on the album chart at #1, and then in the US on September 18, 2007, and the UK on March 24, 2008. The album follows less than two years after his previous effort The Tourniquet. All songs were written by Magnet except for "She's Gone," written by Bob Marley.
Steve Adey

Steve Adey

Steve Adey (born in Great Barr, Birmingham, England) is an English musician and singer-songwriter. His music is characterised by slow tempos, minimalist arrangements, underpinned by piano and a rich baritone vocal. To date, Adey has released two albums and various EPs and singles.Adey released his critically well received debut album All Things Real in 2006 through independent record label Grand Harmonium Records. Music journalists often categorise his piano, vocal led songs as folk and singe...
Hansung University

Hansung University

The Hansung University was founded on December 21, 1972 as "Hansung Woman's University". It was renamed "Hansung University" in January 11, 1978. The Design Campus attached to Hansung University is located in Jongno-gu, Seoul.
X11vnc

X11vnc

x11vnc is a Virtual Network Computing (VNC) server program. It allows remote access from a remote client to a computer hosting an X Window session and the x11vnc software, continuously polling the X server's frame buffer for changes. This allows the user to control their X11 desktop (KDE, GNOME, Xfce, etc.) from a remote computer either on the user's own network, or from over the Internet as if the user were sitting in front of it. x11vnc can also poll non-X11 frame buffer devices, such as we...
Salvia tingitana

Salvia tingitana

Salvia foetida Lam.Salvia tingitana is an herbaceous perennial in the family Lamiaceae. It has a long and enigmatic history—it has been grown and described since the 17th century without any certainty about its origin. Botanists' speculation that it was native to northern Africa is reflected in the specific epithet tingitana, which refers to the town of "Tingi" (now called Tangiers), even though no native plants have ever been found there. It was not until 1989 that a wild population of the p...
Shaxian dialect

Shaxian dialect

Shaxian dialect (Central Min: 沙縣事, Mandarin Chinese: 沙縣話) is a dialect of Central Min Chinese spoken in Sha County, Sanming in western Fujian province of China.
Russian Orbital Segment

Russian Orbital Segment

The Russian Orbital Segment (ROS) is the name given to the components of the International Space Station (ISS) constructed in Russia and operated by the Russian Federal Space Agency (Roskosmos). The ROS handles Guidance, Navigation & Control for the entire Station.The segment currently consists of five modules, which together essentially comprise the base configuration of the cancelled Russian space station Mir-2. The segment is controlled directly from Roskosmos's Mission Control Center ...
Historic Jefferson Railway

Historic Jefferson Railway

The Historic Jefferson Railway (sometimes known as the Jefferson and Cypress Bayou Railway) is a 3 ft (914 mm) narrow gauge railroad in Jefferson, Texas. It is an insular line that follows the Big Cypress Bayou for approximately three miles. The line is a dog bone way out with loops on each end, joined by a single main track.Privately owned and operated by DBR Entertainment Inc., it does not depend on any state or federal funding. The train travels through the piney woods of northea...
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh

Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh

Patrick Burke The Archdiocese of Saint Andrews & Edinburgh (Latin: Archidioecesis Sancti Andreae et Edimburgensis) is an archdiocese of the Latin Church of the Roman Catholic Church in Scotland. It is the Metropolitan see of the Province of Saint Andrews and Edinburgh, consisting of the additional suffragan sees of Aberdeen, Argyll and the Isles, Dunkeld, and Galloway. The archdiocese is led by Archbishop Leo Cushley.After the Scottish Reformation, the Roman Catholic Church abandoned the ...
Good Luck Charlie, It's Christmas!

Good Luck Charlie, It's Christmas!

Good Luck Charlie, It's Christmas! (also known as Good Luck Charlie: The Road Trip Movie in the United Kingdom and Ireland) is a 2011 Christmas film based on the Disney Channel Original Series Good Luck Charlie. The film was directed by Arlene Sanford and written by Geoff Rodkey, and stars Bridgit Mendler, Leigh-Allyn Baker, Bradley Steven Perry, Mia Talerico, Eric Allan Kramer, and Jason Dolley as the Duncan family. The Disney Channel Original Movie follows the Duncan family on their road tr...
Social studies of finance

Social studies of finance

Social studies of finance is an interdisciplinary research area that combines perspectives from anthropology, economic sociology, science and technology studies, international political economy, behavioral finance, cultural studies and/or economics in the study of financial markets. Work in social studies of finance emphasises the social and cultural dimensions of financial activities, but focuses also on technical and economic dimensions such as pricing and trading.Financial markets have bee...
Samaná Province

Samaná Province

Samaná (Spanish pronunciation: [samaˈna]) is a province of the Dominican Republic. Its capital is Santa Bárbara de Samaná, usually known as Samaná.Samaná is located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean in the northeastern part of the Dominican Republic. It is known for its mountains of which it is almost entirely formed. Samaná has numerous beaches.On 6 November 2006 the Samaná El Catey International Airport,commenced operations.Samana was discovered by Europeans on January 12, 1493 by Chr...
Pinkhill Lock

Pinkhill Lock

Pinkhill Lock is a lock on the River Thames in England. It is close to Farmoor, Oxfordshire.The first lock was built of stone by Daniel Harris for the Thames Navigation Commission in 1791.The weir is on the other side of the island and carries a public footbridge. The name Luck's or Lot's Hole is given to part of the weir stream.The lock is named after a farm in the area and is on the site of a former weir and flash lock owned by Lord Harcourt who maintained rights over it. It is one of the C...
Beantake

Beantake

Beantake is a town and commune (Malagasy: kaominina) in southwest Madagascar. It belongs to the district of Betioky Sud, which is a part of Atsimo-Andrefana Region. The population of the commune was estimated to be approximately 18,000 in 2001 commune census.Only primary schooling is available. The majority 60% of the population of the commune are farmers, while an additional 39.5% receives their livelihood from raising livestock. The most important crops are cassava and peanuts; also maize i...
List of echinoderms of the Houtman Abrolhos

List of echinoderms of the Houtman Abrolhos

The marine waters of the Houtman Abrolhos, an island chain off the coast of Western Australia, has been recorded as containing 172 species of echinoderm in ?? genera. This extremely high diversity has been attributed to a combination of factors, namely: the position of the Houtman Abrolhos within a biotone between temperate and tropical waters; the wide variety of habitats; and the Leeuwin Current, which both transports tropical species southwards, and keeps the reef warm enough for them...
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